In 2012 there were 47 personnel policy committees and delegations with 359 members. As democratically elected staff representatives, 141 women and 218 men performed a key role with extensive participation rights at corporate level.

The personnel policy committees are democratically authorised and representative. As an occupational social partner of the companies and cooperatives, they represent the interests of employees in all business units at around 1300 sites. More than 5000 employees supported their candidatures in 2012; tens of thousands of votes were submitted during the election.

The personnel policy committees also represent the executive employees below the directorate level, who can bring their expertise to the table accordingly. With a share of 79.1% employees, 3.6% apprentices and 17.3% executive employees, Migros has a broad and balanced representation in its personnel policy committees.

Chart Functional position of the members of PEKO

Functional position of the members in personnel committees